Bertha, Mexicali Blues, Deal, Beat It On Down The Line, Row Jimmy, Me And Bobby McGee, Scarlet Begonias, El Paso, Tennessee Jed, Playin' In The Band
Phil & Ned*, Brown Eyed Women, Me & My Uncle, It Must Have Been The Roses, Jack Straw, He's Gone-> U.S. Blues**-> Weather Report Suite Prelude-> Weather Report Suite Part 1-> Let It Grow-> Eyes Of The World-> China Doll-> One More Saturday Night
aud - shnid 102866 Recorded by AS and friends with borrowed UC Santa Cruz AV gear 2 Shure omni mics > Sony portable (152?) cassette recorder Nakamichi Dragon > Panasonic 3800 DAT > Apple G4 (Peak editing) > Xact
March 12, 2015 Subject:
I miss Jerry everyday - literally, because I listen to shows from this forum everyday at work -this was really something special ---
Thanks so much to everyone who put music here for us to listen to - it's greatly appreciated!
July 19, 2014 Subject:
Forty years done come and gone my oh my!
This is a typical show of the period...which means totally fucking awesome! The boys were really on a roll in Summer '74. Some of my all time favorites come from this period. Love the unique jazzy jams and that Wall of Sound mix.
This one has showcase versions of Playin' and Scarlet, some of the finest versions of these tunes come from this period.
The real reason to pick this show over others with similar setlists, is the unique one-time-only transition between Spanish Jam and Eyes. Bobby playing loose and lively with Keith pounding away on the electric piano, I love that funky sound he gets!, Billy snapping away on the snare and Jerry just nailing it to the wall as he was so apt to do in the mid-70s. A transcendent moment that deserves it's place in the Hallowed Hall of Immortal Grateful Dead Jams.
The only reason this show doesn't get five stars is due to such stiff competition during the 72-74 era.
July 19, 2010 Subject:
birthday show (not year)
long show from 74 here especially the second set, the scarlet was good cool jamming in there, solid first set with a nice long playing really jazzy
the second set is a monster, the let it grow had some interesting jamming in it, not typical let it grow stuff, real good though, really liked the spanish jam here and a great eyes and china to finish it off
brown eyed was pretty slow but always good, interesting to see it in second set
December 8, 2009 Subject:
US Blues without Phil??
I hear someone playing bass on the tune, albeit low in the mix. And it sounds like Phils playing. Anybody know why it is listed that he wasn't playing on this tune? He never took tunes off.
Source: Two source matrix: 70% sbd/30% aud with a few level adjustments; sbd: Cassette Master (TDK SA-X100/Tascam Deck); transferred and master by Charlie Miller; Resampled an dithered with iZotope RX 6 Advanced; and aud: B&K 4011 110 degrees ORTF > Neumann BS 48i-2> Modified Sony TCD D-10 Pro Recorded by James Young & Clay Brennecke, transferred by Todd Evans and mastered by Jamie Waddell; matrix created with Adobe Audition 1.5 SIRMick
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